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    here we go

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    Re: meaning

    Dear Silk:

    Here we go:

    A family is going on vacation. They have spent some time packing their bags, loading the car, getting the children ready, etc. Finally, everyone is seated and ready. Whoever is driving starts the engine and says, 'Here we go!" (Our journey has begun!)

    You are sitting with a friend on a sled at the top of a snowy hill. Just as you push off, one of you might cry, "Here we go!"

    Also used this way:

    There is a meeting of an office staff. On the agenda are several items to be discussed. One of them is something that one person keeps bringing up and complaining about, but the situation never changes. At every single meeting, this person says exactly the same thing about this issue. When it comes up on the agenda, everyone is dreading listening to the same old complaints. One worker turns to another and says, "Here we go again." (Oh, no! We have to hear this again!)

    Best wishes,


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